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Californian Journal of Health Promotion
The Orange County, California, Cancer Detection Partnership is a successful example of a multi-tiered breast cancer detection program that reaches low-income, underserved women with remarkably high breast cancer screening rates for Latinas. Between July 1999 and June 2001, 65.3 percent of Latinas eligible for free breast cancer screening services were screened by the provider network affiliated with this partnership. This case study provides evidence that culturally competent services arefatcat:z35ijbuxt5f6ng5rw4phwgt2le